Poetry


Breaking Chains (Toronto: Weelahs Publications, 1983).
Red Caterpillar on College Street (Toronto: Sister Vision Press, 1989).
Memories Have Tongue [Casa de las Americans Finalist] (Toronto: Sister Vision Press, 1992).
Utterances and Incantations; Women, Poetry, and Dub (Toronto: Sister Vision Press, 1999).
Copper Woman (Toronto: Natural Heritage Books, 2006).

Copper Woman And Other Poems


Afua Cooper draws from her wide knowledge of history – personal and monumental – to evoke the ancestors, vistas of her childhood, memories of family and powerful passion in this new book of poetry, Copper Woman. The colour red appears in many forms – energy, passion, blood, violence, love, fire, lightning storm, rage and roses. Continue reading “Copper Woman And Other Poems”